Marc Carter

Tesla Has Tweaked the Model X to Make it Look Better and Appeal to Women

by , 06/08/14

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This week Tesla CEO Elon Musk spoke to a group of investors during its annual shareholder meeting, where he gave an update on everything from the Model X crossover to a replacement for the roadster, which should arrive by 2019. The new model is said to be more appealing for the ladies!



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The two big updates from the shareholder meeting besides the fact that plans are still on for the Gigafactory center around Tesla’s future product lineup. Next year the Model X crossover will finally enter production. By now everyone has seen the Model X prototype, but Elon Musk revealed yesterday that the production version will actually look a bit different. In response to criticism that the Model S sedan is too guy-centric, Tesla has made some updates to the Model X that should help it better appeal to women. Musk also stated that he feels that the production version of the Model X looks better than the prototype.

Related: It’s Happening – Tesla to Break Ground On Their First Gigafactory Next Month

The most exciting part about the design of the Model X are its falcon-wing doors. Tesla has promised that the production version will keep the falcon-wing doors, which is one of the reasons why the Model X has been delayed.

“So in the case of Model X that’s just taken a bit longer than we would have liked. In particular, getting the falcon-wing door right is extremely difficult. Things that you maybe wouldn’t expect are also very difficult, things like the second row seats are quite a challenge because what we’re aiming for with the Model X is that when you open the falcon-wing door, you have the second row seats essentially framed and we want that to feel like a work of art.”

The Model X is still expected to arrive next year and Elon Musk expects production to be fully online by the second quarter of 2015.

+ Tesla Motors

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